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Jan 28, 2013 8:00pm PST
becomes law." it would include four key provisions: a tough but fair path to citizenship for people now in this country illegally, after steps are taken to bolster border security. revamping the current legal immigration system, by, among other things, attaching green cards to advanced degrees in science, math, engineering and technology. penalizing employers who hire undocumented workers creating a guest worker program for jobs americans are unable or unwilling to fill. >> "it's not beneficial for our country to have these people here hidden in the shadows. lets create a system to bring them forward." >> catherine: despite the bipartisan effort, the proposal has its critics. conservative groups say it's an amnesty plan for undocumented immigrants. the white house is optimistic. >> "it's happening because a consensus is developing in the country, a bi-partisan consensus." >> catherine: the lawmakers hope the bill will pass the senate by late spring or summer. then it's on to the more conservative house. catherine heenan kron4 news. >> pam: congress has passed a 50- billion- dollar emerg
Jan 21, 2013 8:00pm PST
under the law for if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well." >> pam: the president spoke those words with the entire u=s supreme court seated just a few feet away. those same justices are due to rule on california's voter= approved ban on same sex marriage. supporters of gay marriage tell kron four, they have new optimism. >> "proposition 8 is about to go to the supreme court. they rely heavily on public sentiment. and this is our president bringing us into the fold, saying these people matter in a "we, the people" situation: in our country, our relationships matter. so for me it's important that he talks about that before we make it to the supreme court." >> pam: the high court announced last month, it will consider proposition- eight this term. it has until june to make a ruling. >> two home invasions, within one hour of one another, in two upscale neighborhoods in piedmont. both robberies happened early this morning. kron 4's reggie kumar tells us. investigators still don't know if the two are connected. >> the robbery sus
Jan 24, 2013 8:00pm PST
. >> twin trophies, a dream for sports fans and a nightmare for law enforcement. news tonight at 8:00 p.m. the plan to prevent problems is still in the works. s therese of the special reports. >> this scorched muni voboss with fires and are rich kansas was not a party scene after the giants' victory. police are not going to let that happen again. the one big change will be removing a garbage cans. >> we had a lot of fires when the giants won the world series. last week we were getting ready to prepare by doing a garbage can pack up. there is no fuel, there's no fires. there will also be more patrols in the mission district so they can manage crowds. >> a smaller crowd is easier for us to maintain and control. >> this is what they're going to do with muni a heartfelt >> they're going to run extra service so in a vase cannot get stark. sorry-boss cat ge s public boss can not to get the public bo there are more steps that they will plan to take to make sure that everything will be done to make this a safe super bowl. eureka, below the bart collecting evidence and >> new information just comi
Jan 25, 2013 8:00pm PST
against the green bay packers. >> developing news. law enforcement officials in millbrae are on the lookout tonight for a man who tried to convince an 11 year old girl to get in his car. as kron 4's dan kerman tell us, this happened outside the young girl's middle school. >> reporter: san mateo police were front and center when this school let out in millbrae. they have increased patrols, visibility since this attempted abduction of a 11 year-old on wednesday afternoon. friday afternoon at taylor middle school they have increased patrols attempted abduction of an 11 year old girl on wednesday afternoon. the student was waiting to be packed up. the stranger spoke to the student. the student was been waiting to be picked...up. the stranger asked for the library was and to get into the car and show >> reporter: him reporterthe child's mother arrived at that point, the suspect left and the child was unharmed. but school officials are taking this seriously and sent this note out to every parent in the district. >> our standard practice is so that they can be on alert and be able to talk
Jan 26, 2013 8:00pm PST
to stop. (albie esparza, san francisco police) >> use of force is never pretty but california law does allow a law enforcement officers to use whatever force is necessary to make an arrest. in this case you see the officers holding down the suspect until reenforcements arrive. >> reporter: including holding a suspect down on the pavement like you see in the video. police say it looks bad but the officers in the video arrested the suspect by the book. >> in the video you see the suspect being held down. we want to make sure we contol the suspect for their safety and the officer's safety. the other officer is trying to handcuff the other officer is trying to handcuff the individual who is resistingnot being able to handcuff them. >> reporter: what is not seen in the video is a large crowd beginning to form. at that point several officers show up to help dispurse the group. police say they understand the video can be disturbing to watch but say that an officer can use force to detain a suspect. the suspect was sighted and released for resisting arrest. i'm jeff bush at the hall of ju
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